Why do I need to replace the client-server communications file on the client computer?

Article:HOWTO80762  |  Created: 2012-10-24  |  Updated: 2014-09-21  |  Article URL http://www.symantec.com/docs/HOWTO80762
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Why do I need to replace the client-server communications file on the client computer?

Symantec Endpoint Protection Manager connects to the client with a communications file called Sylink.xml. The Sylink.xml file includes the communication settings such as the IP address of the management server and the heartbeat interval. After you install a client installation package on to the client computers, the client and the server automatically communicate.

Normally you do not need to replace the Sylink.xml file. However, you may need to replace the existing Sylink.xml file on the client computer in the following situations:

See How do I replace the client-server communications file on the client computer?.

See Restoring client-server communications with Communication Update Package Deployment.


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